Stomach Virus on Ruby Princess and Gastrointestinal Illness on Crown Princess

Consider discussing your Florida cruise ship stomach illness with Mark J. Leeds, a Florida cruise ship injury lawyer. You may be entitled to money compensation for your stomach virus or illness.

Attorneys in other states: If your client (not living in Florida) has been injured on a Florida cruise ship, you may want to consult with a Florida cruise ship attorney to see how he or she could be of assistance to you and your client.

The Florida cruise ship Ruby Princess returns to South Florida today. About 90 passengers and about 10 cruise ship crew members have contracted the Norovirus stomach illness. The Norovirus causes vomiting, diarrhea, and abdominal pain.

The Crown Princess Florida cruise ship docked at Port Everglades yesterday, with an increasing number of passengers suffering from gastrointestinal illness.

You may want to talk to a Florida cruise ship injury lawyer about your Florida cruise ship Norovirus or gastrointestinal illness.

The Norovirus is contagious and spreads easily, especially when there is a large group of people in close proximity to each other, like on a cruise ship.

Both cruise ships were heading to South Florida after a Caribbean cruise. How many passengers spent money on going on a Caribbean cruise, or going on their first Caribbean cruise, or even on their first cruise ship vacation, expecting to relax and enjoy the cruise and their vacation, but ended up with upset stomachs instead?

You may be entitled to money compensation for your Ruby Princess or Crown Princess stomach illness. Find out by discussing what happened to you with a Florida cruise ship injury lawyer.

Further Reading and Resources:

2 cruise ships bound for South Florida hit by norovirus stomach illness – miami.cbslocal.com

Any surprise at the Florida cruise ship Norovirus stomach illnesses? latimesblogs.latimes.com

Important Information:

We are in no way connected with, nor do we have any affiliations to the Ruby Princess cruise ship and Crown Princess cruise ship.

Consult a Doctor
We do not intend, by this article or otherwise, to discourage anyone from taking a Florida or Caribbean cruise ship vacation. Please consult your doctor, not your lawyer, on matters relating to your health. Cruise ship passengers should talk to their physicians or health care providers to decide whether the benefits and risks of taking a cruise ship vacation is the right choice for them.

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For professional legal advice about cruise ship Stomach Virus and Gastrointestinal Illness, call Mark J. Leeds, on 954 683 0355, or Toll Free on 888-446-1999.

You can also contact Mr Leeds here.